Hotel Listel Shinjuku
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... rice bowl, vegetable - potato cake, fish skewers, ramen noodles.
To aid digestion we strolled to Shinjuku-goen that was made as an imperial retreat, a huge garden, manicured lawns, and a tea house in the middle of a pond with lilly pads. The tea ceremony was not a full ceremony but still fun to do.
On the way to the Sony exhibition building, we walked past a hole in the wall bakery with an amazing selection of fine cakes. The tiramasu was too much for me to go ...
... hotel for a bit then we went and had some dinner then Ashlyn and I headed off on the train to Harajuku for more shopping .
2 hours of walking around the shops later we headed back to the hotel with nothing to show for our efforts except for some lollies that Ashlyn bought.
That concludes our final night in Japan tomorrow night we fly home.
We have a few hours of shopping / sightseeing ledt
... shops were closed. It was Sunday after all and most tourists don't aimed for the textile shops. It was possible to see the many varieties of material sold, from leather to cloth for suits and also every type of dress material. One shop was open and we bought two small pieces of material (for those into patchwork they were fat quarters) each as a souvenir. After that it was back to Asakusa and Starbucks for refreshment and ...
... shoulder to shoulder. The streets are lit by the bright neon lights. I learn that Toyko will be the site of the summer Olympics in 2020. Eventually, Jason leaves for his 45 minute subway ride home and I go the opposite direction, once again to test my skills on the Tokyo subway system.
... Gyoza" restaurant in Brisbane. We later learnt that gyoza, meaning dumpling, is originally a Chinese dish - and not so famous in Harajuku! So we ended up at an Italian pizza restaurant with random comments and pictures painted on the wall with words in English written by Japanese - I'm unsure if the authors and artist knew what they were writing. For example a picture of a naked woman with the word "hungry" underneath or a picture of a cat with a hamburger on top of it ...